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Baby Harem Pants Pattern

By: Toya from Made By Toya
Baby Harem Pants Pattern
Baby Harem Pants Pattern
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This sewing for baby tutorial walks you through all the steps that it takes to learn how to make harem pants for your little one. Just because your baby cannot talk yet does not mean they cannot be stylish! Make your little one a baby clothes pattern that is as hip as it is cute with this Baby Harem Pants Pattern. Combine one of the most stylish trends in bottoms for adults with the cute flair of baby clothes patterns to sew up this quirky idea.

Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: In an evening

Sewn by: Machine


Where do Harem Pants come from?

We’ve all seen harem women rocking this cool pant style in the movies, but where do harem pants actually come from? Harem pants were originally introduced to the West in the 1920s by Frenchman Paul Poiret. However, this style was based on eastern clothing found in countries like Turkey, Algeria, and Ukraine. The term harem refers to the style of baggy pants that tapers in at the ankles. These have grown to be a fashionable trend in western countries because of the comfortable and breezy fabrics that the pants are made from, but this fabric was much more important for comfort in countries with warm and humid climates that surround the Mediterranean and the Indian Ocean. The term harem actually refers to a section of a Muslim household that was reserved for the wives of a rich man. Now, they have just become a comfortable fashion trend and, apparently, adorable baby attire.

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